Silent world

_MG_3332_2000 _MG_3486_2000 _MG_3436_2000Cousteau writes down in his diaries: “… cigarettes smoked underwater, because of the greater pressure, burn twice rapidly”. The Jacques Cousteau’s dream of a life underseas is at the base of this new project: a series of fruit stands, unique pieces in enamelled ceramic, are a new chapter of the project Silent World. The dishes surmounted between the cigarettes in an apparently pre- carious equilibrium recall a circense show. They were made for the “Breakfast Pavillion”, a project curated by Luca Lo Pinto during the 55th Venice Biennale at the A+A Gallery in Venice

Photo courtesy :Claudia Ferri